Low and high context cultures – what does that mean? How does England compare to Poland? What impacts country’s location on the communication scale?
This post is for you if you would like to learn more about yourself in interaction with people from different cultures, enhance your cross-cultural communication skills and simply enjoy learning about the world!
Stereotypes can be a good thing, can give us knowledge about other cultures and be a good conversation starter. They really don’t necessarily need to be bad.
Feeling lonely when abroad is a completely normal feeling. How to cope with it? How to focus attention on something else? How to feel better in this new place?
I have been wondering about how language fluency may impact one’s stay abroad even before I left my home country. Today I want to share some of these thoughts with you and get your opinion as well. Is knowing the local language absolutely necessary when moving abroad?
The moments of surprise and comparing things to our own culture is very common when living abroad. Oz moments are the ones that stay with us most. Want to learn more? Read on.
London is such a diverse city! Here is a short review of our trip to Europe’s first traditional Hindu Temple, in London of course.
This post is for you if you wish to learn about my perspective on differences between English and Polish schools – which is better- single gender or mixed gender schools, what’s with the lockers or how long can you spend on a lunch break.
Would you like to get more ideas on how to prepare for your move abroad? Project Abroad blog is on its way to help you! ‘Moving abroad – further tips’ is about the things you can do for your partner and children to make moving abroad easier.
Are you planning to move abroad? Don’t you know where to begin? Here are some basic tips on how to successfully go through the prep process before you leave to your new destination.